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TOURNAMENT ACTION KANDIYOHI COUNTY 2007

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JUNE 2 AND JUNE 3 LITTLE CROW ANGLERS 28TH ANNUAL WALLEYE

GREEN LAKE SPICER MN

JUNE 9 SILVERADO PRO AM BASS GREEN LAKE SPICER [FULL]

JUNE 16 MIDWEST SPORTSMEN BASS GREEN LAKE SPICER

507-359-3707

JUNE 17 ANGLERS CHOICE BASS GREEN LAKE SPICER

563-419-4343

JULY 7 SUMMER CLASSIC BASS NORWAY LAKE CHAIN

320-796-0801

JULY 14 MINNESOTA BASS OR WALLEYE MID SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIP

GREEN LAKE PO BOX 11 SPICER MN 56288-0011

AUGUST 11 ANGLERS ELITE TOUR BASS GREEN LAKE SPICER

763-535-8011

AUGUST 19 DENNYS OPEN BASS GREEN LAKE SPICER

612-201-2406

ALSO SOME FALL STUFF BUT NOT CONFIRMED

????ANY MORE

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June 2 Long lake

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Which long Lake? What species?

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eyewarrior its bass ,willmar

whats the contact phone or address????

Anybody know when the Crow river tournament is and who to contact???

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Crow River Tournament is June 9th. Call Skindelien's bait and tackle in New London for more info. There limiting it to 100 boats this year so get signed up. Usually get beetween 120-130 boats. It's a good time grin.gif

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more tourneys

July 21 Anglers Choice Green Lake Bass

August 2 Prairie Lakes AnGlers Green lake [walleye?]

August 9 Prairie Lakes Anglers Green

September 22 Team Bass Long Lake[?]

these are from Lakes Area Review Paper ,do not no if they have contact info or if these are correct,if you have info call them at 320-796-2945.

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